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Maine Man Dies Due To Flooding

The flood watches and warnings are in effect throughout the state of Maine and last night flooding claimed the life of a northern Maine man. According to the Maine Warden Service, Paul Oliver, 74, of Caswell in northern Aroostook county, died from drowning in flood waters.

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DJ Perry, Thinkstock

Flooding Likely In Augusta and Gardiner

With warm weather and heavy rain in the forecast, experts are predicting flooding along the Kennebec River on Wednesday into Thursday.

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Irina Igumnova, Thinkstock

Here We Go Again: Major Snowstorm Aiming For Maine

It has been an extremely cold and snow-filled winter and Mainers are bracing for a classic Nor'easter. The National Weather Service currently has a winter storm watch for our area, likely to be upgraded to a winter storm warning as the storm draws closer.

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Christopher Furlong, Getty Images
Christopher Furlong, Getty Images

Historic Cold Gripping Millions Of Americans

This winter has been brutal. In Maine, we've had an ice storm with many losing power for days, we've had about double the amount of average snowfall and we've had historic cold weather. Maine isn't alone, record cold is gripping the midwest, northeast, and even the deep south.

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Photo by Harry Simones
Photo by Harry Simones

Snowfall Totals From Last Night’s Storm

It was a storm that moved right along and dump a various type of precipitation across the state yesterday afternoon and into the night. There was rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow and the snowfall totals across the state varied greatly. Here's some snowfall totals across Maine.

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Jamie Squire, Getty Images
Jamie Squire, Getty Images

Snow Storm Heading Towards Maine

Just after CMP and work crews from out of state have restored the vast majority of power to the over 123,000 customers that had lost it to the ice storm last weekend, more heavy, wet snow is heading towards Maine.

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Jeff Swensen/Getty Images

35th Anniversary of the Blizzard of 1978: How Will it Compare to This Week’s Storm?

As we get ready for a major winter storm, with predictions of some areas getting up to two feet of snow and wind gusts over 50 mph, let's look back and compare what happened 35 years ago this week. It became known as the 'Blizzard of '78.'

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